Although paramedics were rushed to the scene, they were refused entry to the prison. By the time they got inside, his body had been moved to an infirmary and the cell had been wiped clean. Oklahoma City's chief medical examiner later confirmed Trentadue died of asphyxiation, but also noted that his body was covered with bruises, cuts and boot prints. When prison authorities offered to pay for his brother's cremation, Utah lawyer Jesse Trentadue became suspicious and launched an investigation into the death that... More >>>